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Title:
The Serpent's Gift

Your Price:
$ 13.95 +

Contributor:
Gibson, Ernest (Author)
Subjects:
  • Fiction : Religious - General
  • Fiction : Science Fiction - General
Publisher:
Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Imprint:
Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Publish Date:
28-September-2011
ISBN:
978-1-4575-0463-1
Description:
Justin Grant, a professor at a Chris an more ...
Justin Grant, a professor at a Chris an based college in the Midwest is struggling to come to terms with the death of his wife and child. During a leave of absence he is hiking through the mountains near a friend's cabin in Kentucky. He looks up and watches as a man slowly floats towards the ground. He blinks then thinks; "Where is the parachute? Is that a halo?" Thoughts vanish as the man plummets the last hundred feet to the ground. Justin runs to where the broken man lies, carries him to the cabin, and soon finds out that the man recuperating on his sofa is not of this world. As the stranger's wounds heal, Justin and the man he now knows as Sandel talk of many things, and Justin finds that he likes this mysterious man. As Justin listens, the story his new friend tells threatens to shatter everything Justin has ever known and in me uncovers the greatest hoax ever perpetrated against mankind.

Ernest Gibson lives in the Midwest, far enough away from a major city to enjoy small town living. Ernest is a graduate of Purdue University. He is a re red designer in the auto industry, he works part me in an electronics store only because his family, a er he spent a year and a half at home, told him to get his ass out of the house and do something. He is a lifelong seeker of knowledge and truth, and strives to help others do the same. The one thing that he finds most abhorrent is a closed mind. He has never grown out of the enjoyment of the playing the game of "What If". A er reading this book you will see that the "What Ifs" went crazy. It is a er all what brought this book to life.
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